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SFMc01
296 posts
msg #70218
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12/31/2008 7:47:49 AM

Today is the 31st of December and I wondered if this is a day to avoid trading? Is the 31st a good day to buy? Is it a good day to go short? Will many people be selling to create tax losses, etc, etc?

I'd like for others to share what they have learned about "good" days and "bad" days. Are there days that are just too volatile or unpredictibe?

Thanks .... Steve



johnpaulca
11,312 posts
msg #70226
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12/31/2008 9:50:01 AM

Steve...every day is a good day, the more volatility the better it is. Take whatever the market gives and don't try to figure out direction or it will drive you nuts...cheers.

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